This is a nice beach, long tree trunks layed on the beach can be used as benched and a dozen or so are vertical. There is a bathroom on the beach, but trash cans are located near the stairs that take you down to the beach – over 400 steps. There are a few stops on the stair where you can stop to take a breather without being in someone’s way. It is a nudist beach so be aware of that, families are able to go to this beach. Being there and seeing the beach, water and a little bit of a cliff and the forest is amazing. The cliff and forest make a nice break between the road and university that are nearby. It is really peaceful. My sister and I went on a weekday I believe and so there was not to many people there, but also due to the fact it was mid-September when we went. But it was really nice and be there was wonderful. So if you are person wants to as many beaches as possible, this one is a nice one to have a look at.
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About (from site):
Wreck Beach… is an internationally-acclaimed 7.8 km long Nudist beach, located in Vancouver, BC, Canada, making it North America’s largest naturist beach.
Just 15 minutes from downtown Vancouver, Wreck Beach is easily accessible for visitors from over 150 countries, and generates over $60 million in tourist revenue annually.
Due to the easy access from Downtown
Vancouver, it is popular with all ages including families .
It is also the busiest beach in Canada and during the season, we have average of between 12 -14,000 visitors daily.
Naturists believe that body acceptance is the idea and that nude recreation is the way!
Wreck Beach, on traditional Musqueam land, wraps around the western tip of the Point Grey headland within Pacific Spirit Regional Park.
Adjacent to the University of British Columbia, stewardship of the beach lies with West Area Parks of Metro Vancouver. However, with threats of deforestation, roads to and along the foreshore, marinas, and contamination by jet fuel or coal dust, friends of the beach banded together in 1974 to form the Wreck Beach Committee.
Its goal then remains unchanged today although in 1988 we became a registered Society. The official mandate of our Society is â€œto preserve Wreck Beach, and its foreshore and forests in as nearly a natural state as possible.â€ Our website is the official website of the beach, and our Society is the official voice of Wreck to all levels of government and authority bodies. Our Motto promotes Naturism:
Body acceptance is the idea “ Nude recreation is the way”
Wreck Beach Preservation Society
28616 Haverman Road,Bradner, B.C. V4X 2P3
Your donations go toward consultants, legal counsel, and such expenses as newsletters, our website and high-lighting of naturist events promoting joys of naturism such as Wreck Beach Body Acceptance Day, Simultaneous Skinnydip Day, and our famous Wreck Beach Bare Buns and Buns-Across-the Border Run!
“Take your clothes off, be natural!”
Wreck beach has such a unique naturist culture and valuable wild nature which you will never experience anywhere else in the world.
In order to protect our precious environment, everybody needs to respect each others!
WBPS: Judy Williams
- No Photos without permittion.
- No staring or geeking at others.
- No overt sexual activity!
- Use earphones for your music.
- No open fire on the beach.
- No Motor Vessels within the swimming area.
- Keep Bathroom Clean for next person.
- Take your garbage to the top of the hill.
- Stay on designated trails
- Stay away from wild nature
- No smoking on the trail
- Don’t trash anywhere around the trail